Small Bags For Dslr


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Laksaman

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any recommendation from the sifus here what type of top load bags to buy...was looking at the lowepro zoom mini...but wanna know if there is any other option that i can consider. preferbably store one dslr with lens attached... leaning more towards those "V" shape bags. prefer if can fit a d90 with kit lens. thanks in advance
 

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Laksaman

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wow...quite small will check it out...
 

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keep the recommendation coming in..:)
 

Leykid1634

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I got one from Lords, Lucky Plaza for less than S$20.
Brand: SteinZeiser (Black color)
Capacity: Can store D200 w 18-200VR (top loaded type)
Additional: A front pouch that can store a spare battery, a blower (blue) and a detachable strap. A slim sleeve just below the main cover, for one filter and cleaning cloth.
Size: Height - 22cm, wide (top) - 18cm, wide (bottom) - 11cm
I should say water-resistance only, that can withstand light rain.

Its good enough for me when I decide to just take one lens out.
Tried to search for photo or link but not successful.
It looks like lowerpro topload zoom 2 here http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/shop/4342/Lowepro_Holster_Bags.html
Drop by if you are around Orchard.
Cheers !!
 

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I have the LowePro Nova 170 AW for casual outing. Able to fit one DSLR with lens attached and either another extra lens or my 430EX flash. I'd recommend getting something like this though - who knows in near future you might have an additional equipment. Good luck.
 

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any recommendation from the sifus here what type of top load bags to buy...was looking at the lowepro zoom mini...but wanna know if there is any other option that i can consider. preferbably store one dslr with lens attached... leaning more towards those "V" shape bags. prefer if can fit a d90 with kit lens. thanks in advance
Lowepro Photo runner. :thumbsup: In terms of quick access its good. In terms of water-resistance, its good too. I was once in the rain along the southern ridge, with a dSLR in Photorunner. The inside of the bag is still dry when i found shelter, approx 5 minutes later.

Size wise, quite small. Can fit ur D90+lens and one more lens or some cokin filters.

U can sling it or use it as a waist pouch. :)

Brand new one about $50+ (someone correct me if i'm wrong, I bought mine long ago).
 

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